Death of a child in Eden.
Came out much better than I thought it would finish.. I guess that’s positive right?
if you’re blog’s any similar to mine like this and i’ll check it out!
Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975), directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini
good movies to watch?
While a liquid soap dispenser is very convenient, a good old solid bar of soap is a much ‘greener’ option, as it’s more concentrated and doesn’t require a plastic bottle. But squishy, wet soap bars next to the basin are a pain, and they harbour bacteria too. So, what to do? Young designer Nathalie Stämpfli has come up with a very satisfactory solution with her Soap Flakes soap holder. It takes an ordinary bar of soap, and shaves off tiny soap flakes every time you want to wash your hands.
yes thank you
So You’re Having A Bad Day zine (select pages).
Tips to feel better when you feel crap, sad, lazy, lonely, human.
I made this zine quite quickly and ferociously as a one-off gift for a close friend. A lot of the time, I only have a small window of time to appreciate my own work before I want to move on, so I have to pump these things out really quick to get them completed.
Carla’s illustrations fill my belly with happiness
THANK YOU KENDRA YOU ARE THE SWEETEST!! BIG LOVE.
With a degree in architecture and a passion for aerial photography, Kacper Kowalski takes to the skies to capture previously unseen landscapes in extraordinary ways. His photos of Poland from high above have earned him numerous awards including Nikon’s Nikkor 75th Anniversary Award (NPCI 2008-2009). (Photo immediately below called “At the Heart of the Kaszuby Forest.”) As Nikon stated, “This image is awe-inspiring thanks to its unique angle and its subject, a never-before-seen landscape.”
As a pilot and a photographer, Kowalski has managed a way to capture two lakes in northern Poland - one in Pomerania and the other in Kashubia - throughout the four seasons. Thanks to him, we get to witness nature’s dramatic show as the trees surrounding the lakes take on a spectrum of brilliant colors.
In the six or so centuries that it’s been floating around, bouncing from scholar to scholar and occasionally disappearing for decades at a time, the Voynich manuscript (as it’s come to be called) has yet to be translated. That might be due to the fact that it’s written in a language no one’s ever seen before or since.
But it does have some grounding in the reality that we know, namely via the dozens of familiar plant species sketched throughout the pages of this manuscript. And some researchers think these botanical illustrations are integral to cracking the code that, as one expert put it, has proven “academic suicide” for so many scholars throughout the ages. Click through for the full story! —MN
i hope you feel lighter after you let it out! i’m really keeping my fingers crossed for the whole thing lovely :—)